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    • Alex Garcia

      bucket list: stay in an ice hotel Ice Hotel - Quebec, Canada. The is the first ice hotel in North America. All furniture is made of ice. In addition to using ice glasses as in the Kiruna ice hotel, the bar (and room service) also serves cold cuts on ice plates. Amenities include a nightclub, movie theater, indoor heated washrooms and outdoor hot tubs.

    • sarah dube

      Ice hotel quebec city we have some nice place :)

    • Austin Artz

      Ice Hotel, Quebec #icehotel #quebec #Canada #travel #vacation #trips

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